• Chancellor Ronnie Green receives instructions from Abby Crimmins, a speech-language pathology graduate student, on how to use the eye gaze system in the AAC Lab as several people look on.
  • Kaden Bowen and speech-language pathology graduate student Audrey Hartwell share a laugh during Kaden's session at the Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic.
  • Madison Routier, a speech-language pathology graduate student explains various AAC methods and devices in the AAC Lab.
  • Kaden Bowen uses his iPad to communicate with speech-language pathology graduate student Audrey Hartwell during his session at the Barkley Speech Language and Hearing Clinic.
  • Kelly Woodworth, a speech-language pathology graduate student, demonstrates how an iPad might be used as an AAC device.
  • AAC Lab

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)


An area of clinical practice that attempts to compensate for or supplement either temporarily or permanently the impairment, activity and participation patterns of individuals who have difficulty receiving or expressing their desired messages.


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